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Strengthening the Chain of Command

Unlike in the military, LEOs often need reminders to communicate with their supervisors and subordinates to work as a well-oiled team.

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Why Writing Skills Are So Important in the Study of Criminal Justice

Writing skills are more integral in the criminal justice field than many people realize. Discover why you should improve your writing when in college.

How to Succeed as a First-time Supervisor

Prepare for a leadership role by acquiring the skills and training you'll need.

New Book Details How to Retrieve Forensic Data from an iPhone

"Phone Forensics," Jonathan Zdziarsk supplies the knowledge necessary to conduct complete and highly specialized forensic analysis of the iPhone, iPhone 3G, and iPod Touch. Intended for lawful forensic examination of devices by corporate security officers, law enforcement personnel, and private forensic examiners.

LAPD Unveils New Tipster Tool: Anonymous Text Messages

Los Angeles Police Chief William J. Bratton on Wednesday unveiled a new system allowing people to provide anonymous crime tips to police through text messages and the department's website.

NYPD to Use Cell Phone Images to Catch Bad Guys

Now New Yorkers can send images and videos from their phone to cops regarding crimes, and to 311 regarding quality of life issues.

Give Something Back

When teaching Field Training Officer (FTO) certification or Instructor Training programs, I challenge each of the prospective trainers to give something back. But that's their job. The question is, have we all been giving back like we should?

Report Writing Battle Tactics

When you write a police report, cover all the bases ... including your own butt. When you're called into court by some punk you arrested, you'll be glad you took the time to dot all your I's and cross all your T's.

Verbal Judo: Talk Your Way Through Confrontations

Law enforcement is about 97 percent verbal interaction and only 3 percent physical interaction, according to a recent Rutgers University study.  In keeping with such findings, a new communications philosophy, called Verbal Judo, has been making an impression on how law enforcement deals with the public.

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